Growing the beard is mandatory for all males; And our prophet(SAW) 's Sunnah shows it:
The ruler of Yemen, appointed by the Persian emperor Kisra, sent two
envoys to the Messenger (Peace and blessings be upon him) to summon
him. When they came into his presence, he noticed that they had shaved
their beards and grew their moustaches. He hated to ...
It's forbidden to dye beard or hair with pure black color. But it's permitted, and even recommended, to dye white beard and hair with a non-pure-black color, like something between red and black.
Answer with References
Dyeing hair or beard with pure black color is Haraam. This is proven by the following Hadiths:
It was narrated that Ibn '...
While it is NOT a part of the core principles of Islam that you must maintain beard to be or stay Muslim, it is highly recommended part of the attire of a Muslim male.
To some school of jurisdiction, (e.g. Hanafi), it is obligatory, but not part of the basic believes as I mentioned earlier. Hence, dropping it intentionally is considered a sin. But, still ...
First of all, you need to know that as Quran was revealed to Prophet Muhahammad, He showed himself as a ROLE model by Acting on Quran with DIVINE guidance from Allah.
Prophet Muhammad said that
“Trim the moustache and let the beard grow; be different from the
mushrikeen.” (Agreed upon).
As Every order by prophet Muhammad is Divinely guided, this order ...
According to the traditions, dying hairs of head and face (beard) is Mustahab (recommended) by henna (or black colour). In fact, it is not Haram and even it is recommended in the narrations.
Imam Sadiq (a.s.) responded the question which asked about the mentioned matter that:
Is dying the hair of head and face (beard) from Sunnah?
He (Imam Sadiq (a....
This not called beard which you mention in your question.
Beard is called beard when you do not clean hairs on your face at certain limits. This means beard on your face is started from ears till your chin and it also goes down to neck (not full neck but a half which is proper), this does not count the area of right and left side of your nose.
No, long-mustache is not an Islamic custom. Instead, the Islamic custom is to trim the mustache which is established by the Prophet (pbuh) himself.
It was narrated that Anas bin Malik said:
وُقِّتَ لَنَا فِي قَصِّ الشَّارِبِ وَحَلْقِ الْعَانَةِ وَنَتْفِ
الإِبْطِ وَتَقْلِيمِ الأَظْفَارِ أَنْ لاَ نَتْرُكَ أَكْثَرَ مِنْ
No, it doesn't. It equates to fusuq (evil-doing).
Narrated `Abdullah: Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) said, "Abusing a Muslim is
Fusuq (i.e., an evil-doing), and killing him is Kufr (disbelief).
Reference: Sahih al-Bukhari 6044
USC-MSA web (English) reference: Vol. 8, Book 73, Hadith 70
And Allah knows best.
As the islamqa article mentions: Dying hair pure black is Makruh(disliked) and not haram(forbidden) according to the Hanafis, Malikis and Hanbalis. The Shafis differ about it, with Nawawi considering it haram and Gazali considering it makruh.
The part about it being allowed in war is explained here. Its permissible as a stratagem of war, in order to give ...
The Hadith to be considered is:
It was narrated that Jabir bin ‘Abdullah said: “The Messenger of Allah
(ﷺ) said: The best rows for men are the front rows and the worst rows
are the back rows, and the best rows for women are the back rows and
the worst are the front rows.”
So before a prayer starts, above is the recommended sequence.
The narration from at-Tabari's at-Tarikh
The narration of imam at-Tabari is narrated via (see here at the beginning of the long narration):
ابْنُ حميد Ibn Humayd -> سلمة الْأَبْرَشُ Salamah (al-Abrash) -> محمد بن إِسْحَاقَ Muhammad ibn Ishaaq -> يَزِيدَ بْنِ حَبِيبٍ Yazeed ibn Habeeb.
This narrator chain (isnaad) is Mursal as a Sahahbi was skipped. ...
The context of the hadith
From an overall perspective one could speak of one hadith, but in fact there are many ahadith quoting the same with different wordings and addition see for example this search result on sunnah.com.
Among the results you may find ahadith that clarify the context:
Ibn ‘Umar reported God’s messenger as saying, "Do the opposite of ...
According to my research there is no disagreement (ikhtilaf) of our four imam on bread. Every imam have a bread in the limit of one hand. There are also the bread of 1 lac and 24 thousand prophet and also the 1 lac and 24 thousand sahaba. There are also the hadith about the limit of bread. Bread is THE sunnah of Holy Prophet (S.A.W).
No. In fact, the Prophet had a beard himself:
It was narrated from 'Uthman that: The Messenger of Allah performed ablution and ran his fingers through his beard. -- The Book of Purification and its Sunnah (sunnah.com [grade: hasan] and sunnah.com [grade: sahih])
Other sahih ahadith are Abu Rimthah: "...he had dyed his beard with yellow dye" (sunnah.com) ...
As you say, mostly shaving one's beard is considered forbidden:
The four Sunni schools of Islamic law (madhhabs) also quite clearly mention the impermissibility of shaving the beard
However, there are exceptions (where it's only recommended):
Trimming or shortening one’s beard is not illegal according to all [four]
Imams. Growing the ...
It is not permissible for one to trim the hair along the jawbone unless it exceeds a fistful. Ulama have mentioned that it is wajib (obligatory) to grow the beard at least at fists’ length. The Ulama have deduced this from the following Hadith of the Prophet (SallAllahu Alayhi Wasallam) mentioned in Bukhari.....
You can read further here:
(SHIA point of view)
Allamah al Majlisi (in the book of Heliatul-Motaqin):
The Sunnah is keeping the beard in the normal (medial) size, not too
short, not too long. It is Makruh to have beard more than a
Qabzah(fist) and it has the probability of being Haram as well.
About the minimum size of it:
According to his explanations, it ought not to be ...
When i read this hadith:
“Trim the mustache and let the beard grow; be different from the mushrikeen(pagans).”
Trimming the mustache and letting the beard grow is a tool to be different from mushrikeen(pagans). Imho, being different from mushrikeen(pagans) is important aspect here.
Prophet order this to Muslims to have their way and life style other ...
No, the Prophet had a beard not because it was a cultural thing, rather because it is part of Human nature, and his Sunnah, as well as it is a characteristic of previous Prophets (peace be upon them). Furthermore, The Sunnah of the Prophet is a revelation from Allah like the Quran, and Allah had guided Muhammad (Peace and blessings be upon him) and the ...